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I believed that absolutely everyone had imaginary friends... and i NEEDED one, so of course, i went out looking for an imaginary friend not actually thinking that i had to think it up! So in the end I couldn't find an imaginary friend so i pretended that I had and even acted like it was real even though I knew that there wasn''t anything there at all!!! To this day my family still talks about how I had an imaginary friend... Unfortunately I don't have the heart to say that there wasn't anyine there...

Meagi... so unimaginative!
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when i was like 4 years old i had an imaginary friend named ling ding.no one beleived me.but she came occasionaly when i was in the hospital and had my surgery.iwas only four at this time.my parents and brothers ask me who i would talk to and i told them ling ding she came after i had my surgery.i would crawl around my house,play and talk to her.i remember her having sharp teeth and she had this beutiful glow to her.no one to this day believes me and im now 16 years old.my brother thing that this little child i played and talked to was demonic possesion or some sort.i dont know what i would do if she came back.and if you read this u probably wont believe me either.

katelyn jones
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When I was little my one of my imaginary friends was at the time a long blackish brownish haired guy who I later found out was Weird Al.

Eric
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My friend's little girl firmly believed Rikki Lake (yes, the chat show hostess) was her best friend. she'd sit there and have whole conversations with Rikki and couldn't believe no-one else could see her.

she also had another imaginary friend called Goosy Bambi and an imaginary fox friend called Trevor.

on behalf of Miss Lawren
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When I was little, my older brother had an imaginary friend named Banjo. He would go on adventures with im, and then come and tell me about them. I felt bad because no imaginary friends liked me enough to be mine, so I started pretending to have an imaginary friend just to impress him.

Josh
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when i was about 6 or seven and i had an imaginary friend named Sally. well i didn't really like her so i called her stupid sally. since i called her that i thought she was out to get me at night, so i would always cover my head with the balnket. when i was about 13 i knew sally wasn't real. but i still cover my head when i sleep and i'm 20 now.

ashley
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When I was little I had imaginary friends named Trease abd Ana. They were so fun to play with. Then me and my sister kept adding more and more people. Finally we added a baby named baby shawna she eventually died. It was just some good times

Amanda V.
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I beileved thst Mary-Kate and Ashley (Olsen) were my imaginary friends. They would follow me around whenever I wanted them too. Sometimes I would get mad at them I would "kill them" by pushing them off buildings. They I would call the adoption agency where I got them and have them photocopy 'imaginary twin sisters" again for me.

Anon
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something i used to always get really cross about was the fact that i could never beat my shaddow i used to race it and it obviously always was directly opposite me all the time. i used to think that my shaddow was a creature just like me but it just couldnt talk and only moved wen i moved and wld occassionly go away wen it rained ,i thought it just didnt like bad whether.

missyk
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I believed that I had a friend who lived in the phone called cally. I would play with the phone and hear the voice saying "Your number can't be connected please call again". I used to ring him up all the time. I would tell my parents of my friend and dad though 'cally' was a male my mother was having an affair with. I told my parents of this friend in my 20s and finally solved a rift between them.

Kazzi
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I used to believe that Candy Cane Caninyos (pronounce: ca-NEEN-yos) lived on South Pearl Street. Me and my mom went down Pearl to see if there were any.
"Did you see any candy-cane caninyos?" Mom asked.
"It's night and they're sleeping." I replied.
Mom did one of those mother-exasperated sigh things and drove home

Hikari-sama
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I used to have an imaginary friend called Hannah. The reason why I made "Hannah" was because I used to be friends with this girl called Holly, but she went off with another girl and I wasn't very popular in primary school, so I was lonely, so I made Hannah up. She wasn't especially weird, she was just a girl about my age with black hair, but for some reason she never had a mouth. Also, she sometimes wouldn't have a nose either, and sometimes I wouldn't call her Hannah but refer to her as 'Natalie' or 'Natasha' but I forgot about her whe I was about 7 because a new girl, moved to our school and I made friends with her instead. But sometimes when she was absent Hannah would come back again, though she didn't really talk or anything, she was just 'there'.

Not that little girl anymore.
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I don't know if this techincally falls under the imaginary friend category, but I supose it will do. When my brother (4 years), sister (5 years), and I (6 years) were little we didn't have imaginary friends. We had imaginary enemies. Their names were Mean Fat Barney and Sally Breaka. They used to always cheat at games and sports. They would also mess up our rooms and throw our toys all over. We would get mad at them tell them to stop but then they would fight us. So we would beat them up and they would go away until another day. Our mom didn't believe that our imaginary ememies were messing up our rooms though, we still had to clean them.

Rebekah
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in Nursery, my friends said that there was an invisible man beside me called Jim, and that he wanted to be my friend. I looked beside me, and started speaking. After a few days, I believed Jim was real. He was my best friend and if someone sat on him, I would push them and storm off with Jim at my side. It wasn't until Primary 4 that my friends told me they made it up for fun! I believed them for almost 5 years!!!!!

Missing Jim
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the teletubbies were once my imaginary friends.

whaka whaka doo doo yeah!!!!!!!!!!
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When I was about seven years old, my friend had an invisible friend. Then the day came when she decided that I should have an invisible friend, so she made up an invisible friend for me. I spent a lot of my childhood wondering why she could hold entire conversations with an invisible being, while I could never even start talking to mine.

twilight678
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when i had my imaginary friend his name was Donald (not Donald Duck!) so i went to school with him (i was about in 2nd grade) and at read aloud he sat next to me and this boy sat next to me and squished Donald!!! i was sooo mad i buried him right next to my house

Jamilee - 9
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When I was small I used to imagine that when I was lying awake in bed at night the Power Rangers would saw a hole in my ceiling, and I knew that one day they'd lift me up through it and I'd be able to go on an adventure with them.

This never happened unfortunately.

As well as this I imagined a little mouse family lived inside my mattress, so when up until very recently (I'm now 15) when you lie on your side and can ocasionally hear your pulse, I thought vaguely "Oh, there goes the mouse family."

The Lost Power Ranger
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When I was small, alot of my friends had imaginary friends, so in an effort to not be left out, I tried to create an imaginary friend. After a few days of talking to myself, I concluded that imaginary friends were not real and declared that my friends were just stupid.

Anon
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When I was a little kid, I believed I was marrying my imaginary boyfriend named Rusty. He had given me an engagement ring (which I stole from my mom's jewelry box) and I kept it in a little jar next to my bed. When people asked me where Rusty was, I told them he was in the backyard feeding the chickens, which was odd, seeing as to how I grew up in suburban New Jersey.

Naturally, everyone thought I was weird. I had forgotten all about Rusty until my mother told my now REAL boyfriend all about my sexual adventures as a five year old.

Kate
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